#1
So I'm buying a fender modern player tele as an upgrade from my current strat knock off. Anyways it has a bridge humbucker where you can split the coils. Pretty cool but I dont think the stock pickups will be that great. Is it possible to wire up a normal humbucker in such a way where you can split the coils, or do you need a special humbucker. I want to buy one from seymour duncan. Thanks
#2
You don't need any special humbucker. Every humbucker out there today (except for a very small percentage of them) have 4 conductor wires coming out of them making coil splitting an option in wiring it in.
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#3
^ yeah. just make sure it's a 4 conductor version of the pickup and it should work fine.
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